Ion Party Starter

Ion Party Starter is a fantastic wireless speaker with pulsating lights. It’s small enough to carry in your pocket but delivers a big booming sound. With the beat-synchronised lighting it turns any den or bedroom into a party space. And, it’s wireless! Simply connect the Ion Party Starter via Bluetooth to your tablet, phone or music player and let the party and light show begin.

  • Ion Party Starter - wireless speaker

    Ion Party Starter – Wireless Speaker with Synchronised Party Lights

    Ion Party Starter works with iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android powered phones and tablets.

  • Measures a compact 105mm tall by 60mm diameter and at just short of 200g is small and light enough to carry around.
  • Powered by a rechargeable battery through a USB connection.

Sensory Light and Sound

When I first saw the Ion Party Starter video I was impressed and decided to buy one. After connecting it to my iPad I was amazed at how good it is It’s loud enough and the lights fill the room. It’s so good I took it along to our stand at Kidz-up-North. Lots of visitors wanted to buy one said it would be a fantastic addition to a young persons sensory space.

Perhaps in a full-sized sensory room you may want to consider its bigger brother the Ion Party Time.

This video gives an impression of what the Ion Party Starter is capable of and how to connect it to your iPad using Bluetooth.

Ion Party Starter – use it three ways

1: music only

2: pulsating lights only

3: music and pulsating lights combined

In ‘music only’ mode it sounds good and is sufficiently loud. In ‘lights only’ mode it projects a colour changing, pulsating light show onto walls and ceilings. The light show is bright and stimulating and many individuals will enjoy the effect.

Mode three is when the Ion Party Starter shows what is is really all about. Music and beat-synchronised lights creates a superb sensory effect and a definite ‘must-have’ addition to any young persons party space.

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